Corporate Social Responsibility

As an extension of its vision to enhance economic development, Esquire believes it is important to become engaged in the promotion of community values and the enhancement of lives through learning and collaboration.

Most of EFI's corporate social responsibility is executed through the HELP (Helping Entrepreneurs Launch Plentitude) Foundation, an NGO establish in 2006 by CEO Rajan Uttamchandani. With over 30 branches across Luzon, the HELP Foundation advocates for sustainable livelihood by growing promising micro-business.


The projects the CSR program will allocate manpower and resources for will be based on the themes Education, Involvement and Development

Initiation of supporting projects that promote education and learning in various levels

Initiation of or active participation in campaigns or projects that support local communities

Creating partnerships to promote opportunities for value exchange and development among internal and external stakeholders